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What you need to know July 11

Remember the kids in the backseat today (Source: KFVS) Remember the kids in the backseat today (Source: KFVS)
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Good morning, it is Wednesday, July 11.

First Alert Forecast

Heat advisories will be in place today for our southern counties. Laura Wibbenmeyer says the feels-like numbers could top out at 105, for them this afternoon.

There will be a little relief from that heat in our northeastern counties. That’s because less humid air will move into those counties, this afternoon. 

It will be slightly less humid on Thursday and Friday. It will still be hot, but less sticky.

That heat and humidity will make a come back on Saturday and Sunday. Heat indexes will be back between 100 and 105. We’ll have greater rain chances on Sunday.

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Making headlines

The Jonesboro, Illinois preschool program has been suspended.

Kentucky State Police confirmed a death investigation is underway in Livingston County.

An SIU Carbondale Constitutional Law Professor said President Trump's pick for the U.S. Supreme Court Justice will cause a conservative shift in the court.

The body of a man found in a crashed truck in near Neelyville, Missouri on Monday has been identified.

Trending web stories

 Police in Atlanta say a man in a clown mask shot a customer while robbing a Waffle House.

A burglar called 911 after getting stuck inside an escape room.

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